Old-Fashioned Water Pump in a Park
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Old-Fashioned Water Pump in a Park

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Water pump in a park in the Chicagoland area. Small little forest preserve off of Route 56 in Warrenville, Illinois. Habitat restoration construction has recently closed a portion near the DuPage River.

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